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Saturday, January 8th, 2005

Time Event
12:33p
Dear Smith: Where are the plows?
Earlier this morning it sounded like hail on my window, but walking to brunch it was definitely snow -- soft and thick. Now it sounds like rain, or maybe hail again.

*looks out window 15 minutes later* Definitely snow.

(At 2:08pm, our heroine heard a plow for the first time all day.)
12:40p
Books for next semester (according to efollett):
ENG 350: Literature, Folklore, and Fakelore
The Classic Fairy Tales (Tatar)
The Bloody Chamber (Carter)
King Lear (Shakespeare)
Wuthering Heights (Bronte)
The Vanishing Hitchhiker: Urban Legends and Their Meanings (Brunvand)

ENG 205: Telling and Retelling
Mrs. Dalloway (Woolf)
The Hours (Cunningham)
Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde (Stevenson)
Mary Reilly (Martin)
Jane Eyre (Bronte)
Wide Sargasso Sea (Rhys)
The Eyre Affair (Fforde)
The Scarlet Letter (Hawthorne)
Hester (Bigsby)
King Lear (Shakespeare)
A Thousand Acres (Smiley)
Tess of the d'Urbervilles (Hardy)
The French Lieutenant's Woman (Fowles)
Ourika (Duras, trans. Fowles)

ENG 490: Teaching Literature
English Teacher's Companion (Burke)
Death of a Salesman (Miller)
Pride and Prejudice (Austen)
Macbeth (Shakespeare)
Jane Eyre (Bronte)
The Scarlett Letter (Hawthorne)
Great Gatsby (Fitzgerald)
Beloved (Morrison)

REL 110: The Inklings: Religion and Imagination in the Works of J. R. R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis, and Charles Williams
The Lion, The Witch, And The Wardrobe (Lewis)
Surprised by Joy: Shape of my Early Life (Lewis)
Out of the Silent Planet (Lewis)
Mere Christianity (Lewis)
Letters of JRR Tolkien (ed. Carpenter)
Silmarillion (Tolkien)
Reader (Tolkien)
Lord of the Rings (Tolkien)
Perelandra (Lewis)
That Hideous Strength (Lewis)
Out-of-stock: The Inklings (Carpenter)
Recommended: The Complete Guide to Middle-Earth (Foster)
1:31p
9:10p
Bleh; i feel like i've done nothing all day.
I slept in, which was good for me but still made me feel lazy.

I did finally read The Maltese Falcon (someone says "he's good people"!) and also finally caught up on ats_nolimits. Turns out i was actually only 3 episodes behind, since the writers took time off for the winter holidays.



The LJ 2004-in-a-nutshell Meme
First sentence from each month

January
Last night my brother finished curing the family computer..

February
Watched the Super Bowl, largely ‘cause the Pats were playing, though i haven’t been keeping up all season.

March
Much with the sleepiness this weekend.

April
Today is the 2 year anniversary of my having an LJ.

May
Who seems to be deeply unmotivated to do any of her work and has thus essentially wasted most of today?

June
A friend posted wondering about how one does abuse education/treatment in a way that is BDSM-postive.

July
Heads up to paid users about getting some additional paid time as reimbursement for the recent shoddiness of LJ.

August
*screams*

September
Have begun having those weird realistic dreams again -- the kind where i wake up and wonder if that really happened since it so could have.

October
From Acamedia:
Monday, October 4
Lecture: "Myths, Folktale, and the Construction of the Child's Identity."

November
There are boys floating around the house and i actually kinda enjoy this.

December
There's godlike
And warlike
And strong
Like only some show
And there's sad like
And madlike
And had
Like we know

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